Netflix Unveils New ‘Stranger Things’ Season 4 Teaser, First Look at Kanye West Doc at Global Fan Event

Netflix unveiled a new teaser for 'Stranger Things' season 4 at its TUDUM global fan event. Expect more major announcements throughout the day.

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Netflix’s massive “Tudum” global fan event unfolded Saturday, and included a ton of trailers, news, and appearances by some of the streaming giant’s biggest stars. 

Most notably among Saturday’s reveals was the surprising new teaser for Stranger Things Season 4, titled “Creel House,” which you can watch below. 

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The clip sees our heroes explore a haunted house after we’re treated to a glimpse of its past. According to Deadline, owner Victor Creel is played by Robert Englund of Freddy Krueger fame.

Netflix dropped a sneak peek of its upcoming Kanye West documentary Jeen-yuhs, which is “coming soon.”

The clip features a home video of Kanye and Mos Def rapping “Two Words” off ’Ye’s 2004 debut The College Dropout. Directed by Coodie Simmons and Chike Ozah, Jeen-yuhs uses rare footage to chronicle West over a 20-year period. 

The official website for the doc also dropped on Saturday. Check it out here

Here’s a clip from the fourth and final season of Ozark, which hits the streaming service next year.

Extraction fans will surely be rejoicing Saturday, after Chris Hemsworth revealed that he’s returning for the sequel:

His character Tyler Rake’s fate at the end of the first installment clearly isn’t what it appeared to be.

We also got our first look—and a release date—for the fourth season of Netflix’s surprise hit Cobra Kai. 

Season 4 of the beloved Karate Kid reboot hits Netflix on Dec. 31.

Netflix also gave us our first look at Zack Snyder’s growing Zombie Cinematic Universe with the trailer for Army of Thieves, a prequel to Army of the Dead. Directed by Matthias Schweighöfer, it hits Netflix on Oct. 29, less than six months after Snyder’s flick arrived.

Jennifer Lawrence joined “Tudum,” where she debuted a clip from Adam McKay’s star-stacked Don’t Look Up. It’s due in theaters Dec. 10 and streaming Dec. 24

The film features Lawrence, Leonardo DiCaprioJonah HillKid CudiAriana Grande, Timothée Chalamet, Meryl Streep, Tyler Perry, Cate Blanchett, and more. The teaser hit earlier this month:

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